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is wanted for crimes. >> he's a former l.a. police officer and u.s. navy reservist. >> he is to be considered armed and extremely dangerous. >> he has a multi-page manifesto where he implicates himself in the slayings. >> this is a vendetta against all of southern california law enforcement. >> his whereabouts are unknown. we are considering him armed and dangerous. >> this christopher domier story is amazing if you watch t.v. at all or turned on the internet today, you've probably seen news about it. he has shot and killed three people not only lapd, but some of their family members. we've got more. >> police in southern california are on high alert as the manhunt continues for christopher domier accused of gang down fellow officers and their families in revenge killings. >> officer shot multiple times. >> seen here in his facebook profile, he shot two officers in riverside this morning, killing one minutes earlier in corona, another shooting. a bullet grazed an officer's head as domier sped away. he claims he was fired by lapd in 2008 for reporting abuses. he blames reti
. coordinated with the navy, and mike rogers tells fox it's part of a broader pattern to destabilize the region. joining us, middle east and terrorism analysts dr. ferris. they are caught red-handed here while they -- why is the united states not responding and responding strongly? >> well, first of all, this is not really the first time the iranian regime sent shipments of weapons as far as yemen, northern yemen. they went, imagine all i way through iran to the arabian peninsula, the international waters to get ton an enclave in northern yemen, far from the gulf where we are supposed to be containing them, and that is telling about what iran is doing. that is telling us that our containment policy, the sanctions that we have right now are not really detouring the iranians. it's in bahrain, uae, iraq, and even in other countries in the red sea area. lou: and, of course, it is nothing new, as you say irrespective of the distance traveled issue and it was a short distance from teheran to baghdad, but in that span, we know iranians were killing american troops and did so throughout the war. there
of islands that can be used to basically bought the chinese navy from moving into the western pacific from the east china sea. they have been a source of daily confrontations on the sea and in the air between japan and china. you have to administration, one in china, one in japan. there is a hardening of positions on both sides, there is the usual diplomatic feeling, but i haven't talked to anyone who takes a particularly seriously. and we are one ep three away from potentially a major conflict between japan and china. i think there will be a war? now. on the other hand, the tension the domestic tensions in both countries would not be very easy to solve. either before conflict or after conflict, it is going to lose an enormous amount of credibility and influence in the region. both sides know that, and that is why they are now moving or word to getting much closer to war. the third thing is managing the broader relationship. so i will wrap up my comments here. despite the missteps of china over the last couple of months, it was revealed to be an iron fist in a velvet glove. the territorial
snipers in u.s. history. he once shot a target more than a mile away. he was a highly decorated navy seal, seven medals of bravery. >> michael hastings joins us with this segment as well. when you read in kyle's history you read that he had five tours in iraq. there are reports that he killed as many as 160 people. what are your thoughts on this story? >> i think it's very much laudatory that he was trying to help a 25-year-old veteran with ptsd. kyle had great success with his book. he became somewhat of a celebrity in the military community, and he was trying to use that in a positive way bringing a kid out to a shooting range. i know people might think that's odd, why would you take someone with ptsd to a range and around gunfire. there were people who would go back in the war zone to relive the experience but instead have a positive result at the end of it. there are different things that people are trying to do to combat those things and it sound like that's what they were trying to do in this case. >> did you know chris kyle at all? >> no, i reached out to him when i did a story on
. where else is it? >> you know what, pat? i think we could send navy seals in and arrest them. we are so effective with the navy seals to get osama bin laden. there are other ways to do it, other than firing drones -- >> they are talking about -- you can't use drones on hundreds and hundreds of strikes, but you can certainly use them if you are talking about an american citizen because they are not going to be many of those. >> thank you. nice to see you. >> retired air force colonel oversaw a counterterrorism in africa from 2007 to 2010. she is here. martha, i understand you have a very different view of the drone program. what is your view on targing americans overseas? >> sure. there are two big questions here. obviously, the first one is, is it legal? and the second one is, is it the right strategy and a good policy? i am not an ental lawyer, but i have been the -- at the table with many experts on this. this is the main issue, do we consider that the trike strikes are legal? in the international law, it says, absolutely, especially in pakistan, where we have ongoing operations. paki
were intercepted with the help of the u.s. navy. melissa: it's upsets because it seems like unfortunately it would be low on the list of priorities. there's a lot of fires burning in this region right now. we have a lot of problems with iran. this wouldn't be near the top of the list, but it's something, i don't know, can we do anything about it? >> it's hard, for example, there's 200 islands that are part of yemen. think of all the possibilities for landing stuff. this is the one shipment we caught. how many others have there been that we have not caught? melissa: right. there's probably nothing that we can do? >> it's very hard. we can help the yemen navy be proactive. i mean, it's a country that is very poor and can't ford the sophisticated tracking equipment that we can. this is the technological assistance we can provide. melissa: same thing, though, where we try to enter, you know, a conflict, there's a conflict going on with yemen, and iran chose a side. as we try to choose a side, you never know who you are dealing with, though. >> right. we know the government says
.s. -- enlisted in the u.s. navy to fight in world war ii. that was the start of his great career in public service, and john, i am proud to be here by your side. mr. chairman, i spent a lot of time sitting in your seat, and congratulations on not having to do that today -- >> i don't know how long it will last, but thanks for pointing it out. >> you and senator mccain have effectively guided this committee in its important role as an compelling voice for defense. you have managed to pass authorization bills even during contentious times. thank you both for your dedicated service to our nation. i am confident that you and senator inhofe will continue this tradition, and that senator mccain will still be a very, very valuable member and a voice on this committee. i believe our nation is fortunate to have a nominee for secretary of defense with the character and the experience and courage and leadership that chuck hagel would bring to this position. first, chuck is acutely aware that even in an age of rapid technological advances, our military capability and effectiveness depend on the qualit
're targeting americans and it's not in the war theater, afpac it's know-- >> i think we could send navy seals in and arrest them. we're so effective with the navy seals who got bin laden, there are other ways to do it other than sort of firing drones without-- >> and you're talking about-- you can't use drones on what hundreds and hundreds of strikes, but you can certainly use them if you're talking about an american citizen because they're not going to be that many of those. >> greta: pat, thank you, nice to see you, sir. retired air force colonel, martha, she joins us, and i understand it's different for you this drone program. what is your thought on the drone program and targeting americans overseas? >> well, sure. i mean, there's two big questions here, obviously, the first one, is it legal? and the second one is, is it the right strategy and is it a good policy? so, i'm not an international lawyer although i've sat at the table with many experts on this and this is one of the main issues going on in the debate this week, do we consider that these strikes are legal? under international l
position the bottom of a strategically important chain of islands that could block the chinese navy from the east china sea. they have been a source of daily confrontations on the sea and now in the air between japan and china. you have two new administrations, one in china, one in japan. there is a hardening of positions on both sides. there's the usual diplomatic feelers, but i haven't talked to anyone who takes them marley seriously. and we are -- particularly seriously. and we are one ep3 incident away from potentially a major conflict. do i think it'd be a war? no. on the other hand, the domestic tensions in both countries, i think, mean this would not be very easy to solve. and whoever backs down either before conflict or after conflict is going to lose an enormous amount of credibility and influence in the region. both sides know that, and that's why they are now moving forward to getting much closer to war. the third thing is managing this broader china relationship, and here's where i'll link it back to what dani said and wrap up my comments. this is the long game. i think that
that. he became a very good athlete, young m life. went on to be a college running back. in the navy he was a rifle marksman. he was a pistol expert, which is the highest level. he learned river and undersea warfare, he was aviation training expert and also, knows the police tactics and techniques. if you would, listen to one of the men who was actually named in that manifesto talking about his friend, play this. >> he seemed very rational and you know, articulate and intelligent and well-reasoned. nothing about his favor in my experience suggested he was violent in any fashion or that he was unreasonable or take drastic type steps. >> reporter: now consider the timeline, last friday he was discharged from the navy after being passed over for promotion. sunday, the bodies of monica kwan and her fiance were found riddled with bullets in a parking garage in orange county, kwan's father represented dorner during the hearing that led to him being fired. but still, there were no suspects until the manifesto was posted on facebook, and police noticed that her father, randall kwan, was noted
not by a drone, but by a navy s.e.a.l. team was of course the killing of osama bin laden in his compound in pakistan. the highest professional drone strike killing was this guy, anwar al awlaki. he was born in new mexico and killed in yemen. but between those very high profile killings, there have been dozens and dozens, ultimately hundreds of drone strikes under president obama, most of them mostly unnoticed in the news. tonight monday of president obama's inauguration, the first day president obama outlined this wide ranging liberal agenda for his second term, that same day there was a drone strike in yemen. and that drone strike on inauguration day followed drone strikes in yemen on both days of the weekend that preceded inauguration day. so we had drone strikes on saturday and on sunday and on monday, the monday the president was sworn in. it doesn't really make the news. one of the most unusual things about drone strikes for us as citizens in a country that does this is that for so long our country would not admit that we did them, even when we all knew that we did. that was the cas
special here in texas. want to turn briefly to the shocking story of the navy s.e.a.l. sniper, who had 160 combat kills in iraq but was shot dead this weekend by a former marine on a gun range here in texas very similar to the one i'm sitting in now. chris kyle began working to help fellow vets suffering from post traumatic distress syndrome. one of his co-authors join us now, a man who knew him well, jim defelice. tragedy, this. your friend was trying to help another armed servicemen who had come out, suffering from this very frequent problem now that so many ex-soldiers have, post traumatic stress disorder and it ended tragically. what did you feel when you heard about this in terms of what chris was trying to achieve? >> i didn't -- i still -- i guess i'm still in total disbelief that chris is gone. and i think that everyone that knew him feels the same way. chris -- i personally don't know the exact details of what happened. and i'm sure that more information will come out, but chris, even before the book, even before he was famous, devoted a considerable amount of time to helping vete
a navy s.e.a.l. sniper was murdered at a texas gun range. you'll hear what his sister has to say about the suspects. stand by. epp;o/ñ0/pt>> we're just getting some new information here into the situation room. new information about the nomination of the former senator, chuck hagel, to be the nation's next secretary of defense. let's go to capitol hill to dana bash. what are you learning? >> reporter: cnn has learned that chuck hagel's confirmation to be the next defense secretary appears to be all but certain. the reason we can report that is by some excellent digging by our producers. what they have found out is they have found at least five republican senators who have said that they would oppose any filibuster to block hagel's nomination. so mathematically what that would mean is even if there would be a filibuster, which is still an if, he would likely have the votes to overcome that and would go on to become the next defense secretary. they talked to a lot of senators, a lot of senators' offices and they came up with five. only two of them are actually going to support hage
: for the first time the moments after a navy s.e.a.l. and his friend were shot to death. >>> also, strike two for the second time this week, baseball and performance-enhancing drugs are in the headlines, this time it's milwaukee's ryan braun being investigated. and this. ♪ don't wake me up >>> chris brown and his community service, new questions this morning whether he really served his 180 hours for beating up rihanna. "newsroom" starts now. >>> good morning and welcome to "newsro "newsroom." i'm carol costello. thank you for being with us. neither rain, sleet, snow or hail will stop the post office from delivering your letters but the economy and e-mail will. starting in august the post office will no longer deliver letters and other first class mail to your home saturdays. you'll still receive packages. this is just the first of many deep cuts coming to the united states postal service. athena jones joins me. good morning. >> the packaging will continue, that's one area seen growth in recent years. people are now using e-mail to stay in touch, using the internet to pay bills and so the p
police officers at a traffic light and killed them. he is well-trained, well-armed. he is ex-navy intelligence. he knows how to evade people. he knows not to use his credit cards or cell phone. many people believe setting fire to the truck up in big bear, yesterday. that was a diversion if you will. the guy hasn't shown up. they look for 18 hours or more. god only knows where he will turn up and when. back to you. rick: william la jeunesse live for us in los angeles. william, thank you. alisyn: onto the state of our country now. there are some brand new fox polls that show americans believe our country is weaker now than it was before president obama took office. 4% of the respondents think we're weaker than we wereo. 24% say america is stronger and more powerful. let's debate the findings. mary katharine ham, editor-at-large at hotair.com. julie roginsky, former political advisor to new jersey senator frank lautenering about. both are fox news contributors. ladies, thanks so much for being here. mary katherine, let me start with you, 48% of the respondents think we're weaker now
dorner, a former navy reserve lieutenant, posted a lengthy manifesto on facebook vowing "unconventional and asymmetrical warfare to those in lapd uniform." the l.a. police chief described the suspect on thursday. >> of course he knows what he is doing. we trained him read it he was also a member of the armed forces. it is extremely worrisome and scary, especially to the police officers involved. >> christopher dorner was fired from the lapd in 2008 for making false statements after he complained that his training officer had kicked a mentally 0 suspect in the course of an arrest. testimony by the suspect's father supported dorner's claim. over the weekend, dorner allegedly shot dead monica quan, a basketball coach and daughter of the former police captain who represented him during his disciplinary action, as well as her fiancee, a university safety officer. he is also accused of shooting several police officers, one of them fatally. christopher dorner's manifesto accuses the department of racism, corruption, and other abuses. it explicitly calls for tighter gun control with dorner sayi
on operations for the navy, as they try and operate around the world and in the air force, reducing all critical flying hours for pilots. so the bottom line, less readiness across the board, suzanne. >> we understand military pay raise limit what does that mean for folks in the military? >> what we have learned today is that secretary panetta is going to recommend a 1% pay raise for next year. but that is less than it is supposed to be by all accounts. according to the way they calculate these things, it should have been at least 1.7% we're told, that's what the pay rate was this year. that's about $130 a year difference for some junior enlisted personnel, people are really facing a tough time, they have families to support, they need all the pay they can get. if this all goes into effect, they'll see less in their paycheck, suzanne. >> barbara starr, thank you. >>> this is something we have not seen before in past years. take a look at this. this is a few gay and lesbian couples attending a formal uniformed social function. where is this? this is important. this is at the u.s. military academy
-american female in the navy. we'll bring her inspiring story, part of our special series celebrating black history month. you don't want to miss it. >> gretchen: log on for our after the show show. more with bob massi down in florida on foreclosures. have a great day. >> brian: see you on radio. martha: we have breaking news on a very dangerous situation unfolding in california. there is an ongoing manhunt outside of los angeles. this is brand-new video that just came in to fox. former lapd officer expected in a deadly series of shootings. they are urging people to call 911 immediately if they see this man. he's christopher edward dorner. good morning. i'm martha mccallum. rick: i'm rick folbaum. he's wanted in connection with the murder of two people. police say he also shot three police officers, killing one of them. >> we are asking for the public's help in finding him. we have strong cause to believe dorner is armed and dangerous. martha: police say he promised more violence on a chilling manifesto shortly before this got underway. >> reporter: dramatic events here in california. the man belie
. natalie morales is over at the news desk with that. >>> charged in the murder of former navy s.e.a.l. sniper and his friend. eddie ray routh has refused to -- >> my brother just came here and he told me he's committed a murder. i'm terrified for my life. because i don't know if he's going to come back here. >> routh is being held on $3 million bond and is on suicide watch. a dramatic accident on a south florida highway overpass this morning. a box truck crashed and ended up halfway off the ramp, its front end held in place by a concrete pillar. two people were inside when it crashed. >>> some 16 months after don't ask, don't tell was repealed, the military is asked to extend benefits to same-sex members. the 1996 defensive marriage act complicates the issue. formal announcement is expected within the next several days. >>> a very close encounter with an asteroid is coming next week. the space object is going to come closer than any other ever observed on february 15th. it's 148 feet in diameter with a mass of a cruise ship. that is enough to level a city, but nasa says they kno
vessel had locked its targeting radar on the japanese navy and i want to hear your opinion how serious the issue is and what kind of position the united states is willing to take? >> well, we've -- i just was in that part of the world within the last few months and had the chance to go to japan and visit with my counterparts in japan. and discuss their concerns. and then went on to china. to talk with them about the concerns as well. i mean, i believe that -- i mean, especially the islands and the disute over that, that territorial dispute, is one that concerns us a great deal. because it's the kind of situation where there are territorial claims that could ultimately get out of hand and one country or the other could react in a way that could create an even greater crisis. and so we urged obviously both the japanese and the chinese to exercise good judgment here and to try to work with each other to try to resolve these issues peacefully. we are, you know, in the pacific, this is a big region, and part of our reason to rebalance the pacific is because we think that in many ways our fu
in the same town where osama bin laden was killed by navy seals. if things go well, investors hope the 50 acre park will expand to 500 acres and include mini golf, rock-climbing, water spor sports, jogging tracks and a zoo. >> willie, what's the baltimore sun talking about today? >> this is a joke? >> it's not just national weatherman day bill just made up, it's also national pancake day. >> i knew this. >> that's exciting. >> smells like syrup. >> from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., you can grab a complementary short stack. in return for a free breakfast they're asking for donations for the children's miracle network. >> i love pancakes but they don't have a lot of value. >> except you can help kids now. >> can you get ones that are wheat? >> i guess. >> probably. >> ihop gives away how many pancakes? >> the last time i looked, 14 million. i don't know if that's gone up today. >> is that one of your counters on your weight. >> they need like a debt clock. >> there's an ihop in downtown manhattan that just opened. >> you know where else there is one? oshkosh. >> you know where i went sunday night --
. wait until you hear exactly what he's doing next. >>> plus, the place where navy s.e.a.l.s killed osama bin laden is now turning into an amusement park. yep. (announcer) at scottrade, our clients trade and invest exactly how they want. with scottrade's online banking, i get one view of my bank and brokerage accounts with one login... to easily move my money when i need to. plus, when i call my local scottrade office, i can talk to someone who knows how i trade. because i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. i'm with scottrade. (announcer) scottrade. awarded five-stars from smartmoney magazine. >>> some of the hottest stories in a flash, rapid fire. roll it. first up here, florida judge has turned down a request to delay the june trial for george zimmerman. you know the story, he's the man charged with second degree murder for the death of 17-year-old trayvon martin. zimmerman's defense attorneys wanted more time to prepare, saying prosecutors have taken some time to turn over evidence. but the judge pointed out the trial is four months away, denied the request. >>> just in to us
of these cuts that suddenly we're going to have to bring our navy home. >> i don't think so. you should see the mansions in mclane where a lot of these defense contractors live. >>> new jersey governor chris christie, not too pleased with some unsolicited medical advice from a former white house doctor. and i don't really blame him. the new jersey republican pushed back at physician connie mariana who said in an interview tuesday that she's worried about chr christ christie's create issues and that they could potentially kill him in office. take a look. >> i find it fascinating that a doctor in arizona who's never met me, never examined me, never reviewed my medical history or records, knows nothing about my family history, could make a diagnosis from 2,400 miles away. she must be a genius. this is just another hack who wants five minutes on tv. and it's completely irresponsible, completely irresponsible. my children saw that last night. and she sat there on tv and said, i'm afraid he's going to die in office. my 12-year-old son came to me last night and said, "dad, are you going to die?" i
joined the navy in august and hopes to make a career and wonders whether that is realistic given the budgetary issues. the military today is filled with 20-year-old or a newly minted let tenants or others who will be the future leadership of the military. there is probably someone in the military right now. the general will be the future head of the chiefs of staff, but i suspect that virtually all of them are wondering whether a career in the military is realistic, is realistic given what you've seen from this body and what they have seen in terms of the budget but might inform whether they can make that a realistic choice to get >> i hope congress is taking notice of your provocative which i think is an accurate one. the decision regarding truman is going to be the first of many i suspect unless we do something to replace the sequester we know that it was never intended to happen, mr. secretary, as you mentioned. we should finished last year's appropriation process in the deficit reduction to align the sequester with a budget process and do a meaningful budget process and make
post -- march 1 is that deadline. and the navy trims a goal for the size of its fleet, which has sparked concern on capitol hill. those are some other headlines for you this morning. also, we told you yesterday about the justice department deciding to sue the s&p ratings company over the financial crisis and how they rated the mortgage bonds. "usa today" money section says -- we will go to randy in missouri, democratic caller. back to our topic, randy, about drone strikes on u.s. citizens overseas. go ahead. caller: good morning, greta. this policy out there is not something that has been a secret. it has always been out there. even people in the senate knew about this policy. second, this is about people who are taking up arms who are u.s. citizens, deciding to plot with the enemy to destroy america. if people are sorry for them, that's on them. but this is what this is about. this is about people who take up arms. it's no different than when boats are on the ground and all of a sudden you have a few americans decided they will cross the line to take up arms with the enemy, what
in the fatal shooting of former navy s.e.a.l. chris kyle and a friend. police officials say eddie routh refuses to meet. >> my brother is detained and told me he's committed a murder. >> hold on. >> i'm terrified for my life. i don't know if he's going to come back here. >> routh is being held on $3 million bond and on suicide watch. >>> a dramatic accident on a florida overpass this morning. a box truck crashed and ended up halfway off the ramp. its front end held in place by a concrete pillar. two people were inside the truck when it crashed. >>> a very close ent could you teller -- encounter with an asteroid is happening, 148 feet in diameter with a mast of a cruise ship, enough to level a city, but not to worry, nasa knows exactly where it's heading and it's not going to hit us. >>> a young woman in florida learned her lesson about showing respect for the court. 18-year-old pen nellpy soto got slapped with a $5,000 fine and dismissed. but her attitude wasn't con trite enough for the judge. >> adios. >> come back, ma'am. come back. come back. give me the paper again. >> it will be 10,000. >>
between when the attack began and 5:15 in the morning when navy seals glen dowerity and tyrone woods loster that lives. roughly 7 1/2 hours there. and i recognize that in any mill tear conflict, one inevitably faces the proverbial fog of war. but what i'd like to ask you to do is use the 2020 -- use the 0/20 hindsight we have now. if you could go back -- use the 20/20 hindsight we have now. if you could go back in time and play it other again. if at 9:42 p.m. benghazi time when the first attack began, you knew that at 5:15 a.m., two former seals would be on the roof of that annex and would face mortar fire, what specifically could have been done if we had that knowledge and i recognize that is a hypothetical but if we had that knowledge, what military options would there have been to prevent that loss of life and stop that attack at the annex? >> senator, as you said, it's tough to respond to a hypothetical. as long as we're talking about hypotheticals, the best that would have happened here is that we would have had a heads up and we would have had troops on the ground to protect th
to a place -- >> that is not a bad idea. sometimes it is on a navy vessel or sometimes it is back here in the united states. we bring them into a process and we can elicit information from them and put them behind bars. >> is the article iii process an ideal way? isn't there limitations in that process? >> i'm proud of our system of laws here and the article iii process and our track record is strong over the past couple dozen years. so many terrorists have been, in fact, been -- >> i understand. but the first priority is to develop information. but in article iii is not the most conducive to that. >> i disagree with that. >> what about turning over information that will incriminate them? >> it is tailored to the sixes. sometimes an individual will be mandaized. it means that the information they give you cannot be used in court. but in fact, the f.b.i. does a great job in eliciting information so they can get information as part of that negotiation with them. they let them know they can languish forever or we can have a dialogue about it. >> just last point. this case that i talked ab
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